5 more Twitter accounts every real estate pro should follow

5 more Twitter accounts every real estate pro should follow

Twitter isn’t just an outlet for you to communicate with potential clients, it’s a massive network of real estate information and inspiration for you to discover. You just have to know who to follow to find it. We did the searching so you don’t have to. Check out these 5 influential Twitter accounts that write about real estate news, tips, and tech. If you missed our first round of top Twitter accounts, you can check it out here.

Jack Miller: If you’ve tuned into T3 Expert’s latest real estate webinars, you’ve probably heard Jack Miller talk tech. He tweets about it, too. If you’re considering a new real estate software or system, he’s a great person to follow. He works with T3 to provide honest reviews of everything from website providers to CRMs.

Jack Miller Twitter post

Bill Gassett: Bill is a RE/MAX agent in Massachusetts that knows a thing or two about selling houses and social media. With 23,000 Twitter followers and 33,000 followers on Google+, Bill is a highly recognized voice in the real estate industry. He’s been featured in real estate magazine and blogs all across the country. His knowledge is great to share with your followers as well, since he often writes directly to buyers and sellers.

Bill Gassett Twitter post

Katie Lance: As a social media consultant that works closely with real estate professionals, Katie knows how to make the technical side of social media work for real estate. She posts articles and videos daily on social media marketing hacks and strategies to get more interactions and better results. She’s also highly engaged with all of her followers, so if you have a question for her, expect a real answer.

Katie Lance Twitter post

Bret Calltharp: As an Inman Contributor and Ambassador, and manager of business development for Metro Vancouver properties, Brett covers a wide variety of real estate topics on his Twitter feed. He’s a regular at real estate conferences and events in both the U.S. and Canada, so he’s a great person to follow if you aren’t big on shows but want to stay in the know on announcements and trends.

Bret Calltharp Twitter post

Curbed: This national news site shares real estate stories your followers actually want to read. Covering housing trends, architecture news, and celebrity real estate across the country, Curbed is a must-follow, especially if you live in one of the 15 cities they cover. You’ll find listing details and photographs of the most famous (and expensive) houses in these cities, along with interviews with architects, design tips, and more.

Curbed Twitter post

What are your favorite social media sources for real estate news, tech, and tips? Leave a comment and let us know!